I lay the blame of ALL this at Barack Obama’s feet. He needs to be charged for conspiracy to commit murder… he has done NOTHING as the leader of this nation to decrease the violence. He’s inspiring it! I wrote him a letter…
You are the first black President of the United States. You are the leader of the greatest nation on God’s green earth. Since 2008 millions of people have looked to you for leadership. You have ONE JOB and that’s to lead. You have procrastinated saying what needs to be said. You have NOT told Black Lives Matter to STOP terrorizing neighborhoods and now Police Officers. You have only fed approval to the group with your rhetoric of FAKE racial prejudice you say you’ve experienced as a child. That’s right YOUR response to the murder of police in Dallas by telling a story when you were 10-yr-old on an elevator with a white woman… wasn’t intended to STOP the violence. It was intended to feed the BLM racial Prejudice against whites. Obama… please stop this. I know you hate America and creating this unrest is really fun for you but just think of your daughters. One day when your girls grow up, they will need the protection of men in blue. And when that day comes you will regret that your words have stirred up angry hearts to kill Police Officers. You will regret it because no one will want to go into the dangerous career of policing… there will be no one to come when your daughters or my son dials 911. Please, you are the President of the United States, please show you can lead, please stop commiserating with BLM and tell them to stop. Please recognize the group for what it’s turning out to be, a terrorist group. Please have the DHS do their job and stop those who are inciting these terrible events that are putting police lives and communities in danger.
YOU have the power to stop this!
I cried today when I read Police Officer Montrell Jackson’s FB page post he wrote a week before he was murdered by Barack Obama’s BLM terrorists! Before he died for his community he had his community in his heart…
“I’ve experienced so much in my short life and the past 3 days have tested me to the core,” he wrote. “I swear to God I love this city but I wonder if this city loves me. In uniform I get nasty hateful looks and out of uniform some consider me a threat.”
Jackson remained hopeful, though.
“Please don’t let hate infect your heart. This city MUST and WILL get better. I’m working in these streets so any protesters, officers, friends, family, or whoever, if you see me and need a hug or want to say a prayer I got you.”
Here’s the type of man Montrell Jackson was:
Jackson was on the force for 10 years and was the father of a 4-month-old boy, Mason, with his wife.
Father-in-law Lonnie Jordan described him to the AP as a “gentle giant” who was “always about peace.” Jackson had been working long hours with the protests over Sterling’s death but the strain did not show, Jordan said.
In 2007, Jackson ran into a burning apartment building to save a toddler. “Jackson and other officers tried to reach the toddler using fire extinguishers, but there wasn’t enough time,” The Advocate reported. “The police were driven back by flames, and when medics arrived they had to treat the officers, including Jackson, for smoke inhalation.”
Family and friends cried in Jackson’s garage in Denham Springs on Sunday as police watched over them.
“They don’t want to make a statement,” said one of the officers told The Daily Beast. “They don’t know what to say.”
READ the entire facebook post here. Officer Jackson died a week after he posted this. If your heart doesn’t hurt after reading this, there is something wrong with you. My heart goes out to his family and the families of men in blue across the nation. Please God protect and keep our protectors safe and guide us to ways we can help them and their families~ amen.